Denver, Colorado

Concept Appraisal Services

Concept Appraisal Services

(303) 506-6254
Concept Appraisal Services, Real Estate Appraisal, Real Estate, Littleton, Colorado

Whether you’re entering a divorce settlement or reviewing the value of your home for a potential listing, you need a reliable and accurate real estate appraisal to get a clear picture of your property’s worth. With more than 15 years of experience, Concept Appraisal Services in Littleton, CO, offers professional residential appraisal services. Clients across Jefferson County can count on owner and operator Connie Jo Esbenson to deliver timely reports and a wide range of services.


Backed by industry-leading technology and using the latest methods in the field, this local company provides a modern appraisal process. Connie stays up to date with current methodologies to correctly evaluate real estate market conditions in your existing neighborhood. Having successfully completed over 30,000 appraisals, she has the expertise to manage the most complex of assignments.


As a licensed and certified appraiser, Connie provides an array of services, including bail bonds appraisals and estate planning. She understands the importance of supplying precise reports for lawyers, financial planners, and banks. Clients will benefit from a sophisticated process that features a well-supported assessment based on the fair market value of the home.


From bankruptcy cases and bail bonds to tax assessments and foreclosures, knowing the value of your home is essential to making a sound and educated financial decision. Connie takes pride in bringing clarity to your situation while upholding strict standards of professionalism, integrity, and honesty.


When searching for a reputable real estate appraiser, turn to Concept Appraisal Services. Call Connie today at (303) 506-6254 to request your free quote or visit her online for more information.

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A Guide to Understanding Tax Assessment Appeals, Denver, Colorado
Paying property taxes is an unfortunate permanent side effect of owning real estate. However, knowing what the assessed value of your home is and how it is determined will allow you more
June 2020 Market Statistics, Denver, Colorado
June Denver Metro housing market statistics from REcolorado show signs of a market that is heating up as several indicators showed year-over-increases. The count for Closed more
June 2020 Market Statistics, Denver, Colorado
  June Denver Metro housing market statistics from REcolorado show signs of a market that is heating up as several indicators showed year-over-increases. The count for more
The Do's & Don'ts of Buying a Home Virtually, Denver, Colorado
In an ideal world, a real estate appraisal comes after a home walk-through. Yet, if you're relocating from a distance, then viewing the property in-person isn't always an more
New Listings / Days in MLS, Denver, Colorado
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In the Denver Metro Area this May, 3,437 homes closed, a year-over-year decrease of 44%. As compared to last month, sales saw a 13% decrease. In May, the count of listings in more
May Denver Metro housing market statistics from REcolorado show year-over-year declines as a result of the coronavirus. The count for closed listings was 44% lower than last more
Weekly Housing Market Statistics: May 24, 2020 We saw market indicators dip last week as we lost a business day due to the Memorial Day holiday. Last week there were 732 more
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Most people only list a property for sale once or twice in a lifetime. If you’ve decided to put your house on the market, you need to first prepare for the real estate appraisal. In more
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The job of a property appraiser, as well as his or her role in a real estate transaction, is often misunderstood by the general public. If you’re interested in starting an more
Concept Appraisal Services With the holidays right around the corner, owner Connie Jo Esbenson wishes you and your family a happy and safe winter season. Looking ahead into the New more
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Concept Appraisal Services Based in Littleton, CO, Concept Appraisal Services has been offering you and your family professional residential appraisal services for over 15 years! more
If you’re prepping to buy or sell a home, knowing its market value will help you negotiate for a competitive price. A licensed property appraisal expert is a useful resource for more